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Re: Not a GMC, but I pulled her home with a GMC
crenwelge #1118178 Sun Aug 09 2015 09:38 PM
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5-spoke Daytons on the "Steers",and 6-spoke on the "Drivers",is a RARITY!! you mostly see either 6-spokes "all-the-way-around",or 6-spoke on the "Steers",5-spoke "Drivers". Good luck on your "Build". 318??

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Re: Not a GMC, but I pulled her home with a GMC
crenwelge #1118182 Sun Aug 09 2015 10:17 PM
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I am actually going to use this one for a parts truck. International made a day cab, a small sleeper with windows which this one, is and a larger sleeper. The one I drove was the larger sleeper like the one I bought in Georgia last winter. Someone started restoring the larger sleeper and a lot of small parts disappeared. This one has all the small parts I need. This one has a 220 Cummins and the other has a later 250 Cummins, but both have the "back drop manifold" which gave the Emeryville its distinctive sound. I am looking for Budd hubs for the steering axle, because that is what I had back then. And I had over a dozen cabover Internationals running in the 80's and 90's.

I'm going to leave the spring ride seat and hard rubber pad springless rear suspension like it is. I want to remind my self how it was over 50 years ago.

Re: Not a GMC, but I pulled her home with a GMC
crenwelge #1119881 Wed Aug 19 2015 04:49 PM
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Neat truck, Ken. This was the truck I first drove for my farmer Dad. I was 16 years old. It was a 1961 Emeryville, 220 Cummins with a 10 sp. Road ranger. What a slow truck. Probably ideal for a green kid. Emeryvilles because they were built in Emeryville, California, Yes, or no, folks?


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